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It's dollars to donuts you'll love the newest comic collection from The Simpsons creator, Matt Groening. Pass the buck and pass through time as you follow the plight and the flight of a lone five dollar bill through the hands of several Springfielders; visit the Springfield Unemployment Office and hear many a sad tale along with repeat regular Homer Simpson; and see Homer take on It's dollars to donuts you'll love the newest comic collection from The Simpsons creator, Matt Groening. Pass the buck and pass through time as you follow the plight and the flight of a lone five dollar bill through the hands of several Springfielders; visit the Springfield Unemployment Office and hear many a sad tale along with repeat regular Homer Simpson; and see Homer take on several career paths -- first as the new Springfield Elementary School principal and then as the head of the Lard Lad Donut Factory. Along the way see Homer trade places, spaces and, in an odd turn of events, faces with Ned Flanders; go to summer camp with Lisa Simpson and be caught up in a world of espionage and basket weaving; and witness the early antics of your favorite crusty comedian and discover his unlikely inspiration.


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It's dollars to donuts you'll love the newest comic collection from The Simpsons creator, Matt Groening. Pass the buck and pass through time as you follow the plight and the flight of a lone five dollar bill through the hands of several Springfielders; visit the Springfield Unemployment Office and hear many a sad tale along with repeat regular Homer Simpson; and see Homer take on It's dollars to donuts you'll love the newest comic collection from The Simpsons creator, Matt Groening. Pass the buck and pass through time as you follow the plight and the flight of a lone five dollar bill through the hands of several Springfielders; visit the Springfield Unemployment Office and hear many a sad tale along with repeat regular Homer Simpson; and see Homer take on several career paths -- first as the new Springfield Elementary School principal and then as the head of the Lard Lad Donut Factory. Along the way see Homer trade places, spaces and, in an odd turn of events, faces with Ned Flanders; go to summer camp with Lisa Simpson and be caught up in a world of espionage and basket weaving; and witness the early antics of your favorite crusty comedian and discover his unlikely inspiration.

30 review for Simpsons Comics: Dollars to Donuts

  1. 5 out of 5

    Quentin Wallace

    There's not really a lot of specifics to go into with a Simpsons Comic Collection. The art looks just like the show, and most of the jokes are similar as well, although the comic seems to have more "inside" jokes due to the smaller audience. If you like the show, I'm almost certain you'll enjoy the comics. While some may be slightly better than others, all of the collections are entertaining.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Anna [Floanne]

    Ho trovato per puro caso in biblioteca questa raccolta di fumetti dei Simpson. Sono da sempre una fan sfegatata della famiglia di Homer, Burt e compagnia bella e ogni volta che i miei figli ne guardano qualche puntata, non posso fare a meno di sedermi con loro e farmi quattro risate davanti al genio di Matt Groening. Non sapevo esistessero anche i fumetti, ma se ve ne capitasse qualcuno tra le mani, non vi deluderà. Questo, in modo particolare, contiene diverse avventure degli abitanti di Spring Ho trovato per puro caso in biblioteca questa raccolta di fumetti dei Simpson. Sono da sempre una fan sfegatata della famiglia di Homer, Burt e compagnia bella e ogni volta che i miei figli ne guardano qualche puntata, non posso fare a meno di sedermi con loro e farmi quattro risate davanti al genio di Matt Groening. Non sapevo esistessero anche i fumetti, ma se ve ne capitasse qualcuno tra le mani, non vi deluderà. Questo, in modo particolare, contiene diverse avventure degli abitanti di Springfield. Il più singolare è senz’altro il primo episodio, che racconta del viaggio nel tempo di una banconota da 5$. Quello per cui però mi sono veramente scompisciata dalle risate è l’episodio in cui Ned Flanders e Homer partecipano ad un reality per ristrutturare l’uno la casa dell’altro, con il disastroso effetto di venire reciprocamente contagiati dalle abitudini del vicino. Alcune battute sono veramente esilaranti. Tra l’altro temevo di perdermi parte del significato leggendolo in inglese e invece devo dire che l’ho apprezzato senza grosse difficoltà.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Bertwin

    I thought the book was interesting because there are lots of stories in one book and one story I really liked was about Abraham Lincoln.

  4. 5 out of 5

    James Perkins

    I'd never read a Simpsons comic book before, so I thought I'd give this one a go. It's much the same as the TV show, with the same characters, the same kinds of plots, and the same style of jokes - you hear their voices in your head as you read their speech balloons. But the print version adds an extra dimension, in that you can really study the panels and appreciate the effort that goes into producing such a detailed and layered entertainment. I haven't watched the Simpsons regularly for over 1 I'd never read a Simpsons comic book before, so I thought I'd give this one a go. It's much the same as the TV show, with the same characters, the same kinds of plots, and the same style of jokes - you hear their voices in your head as you read their speech balloons. But the print version adds an extra dimension, in that you can really study the panels and appreciate the effort that goes into producing such a detailed and layered entertainment. I haven't watched the Simpsons regularly for over 10 years, so I can't say if they are recycling material from the series, but I found it amusing enough to read to the end, and a few parts were even laugh-out-loud funny. The book is a collection of several stories, laid out like a pulp fiction graphic novel but with Simpsons drawings. One tale follows the journey of a lone five-dollar bill from person to person in Springfield; we hear several sad stories at the unemployment office; Homer trades places with Ned Flanders; Lisa goes to camp; and some of the back story to Krusty the Clown makes him even more tragic. Reading at the local library, it filled a relaxing couple of hours as I waited for very noisy painters to get out of the way at my apartment block. It was good enough that I might even read another one sometime.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Felix the

    The author of this book is Matt Groening. The name of the book is dollars to donuts. It is fiction. This book is comedy. I love the simpsons and every time I came home from school Simpsons started so I watched it. I read the book and watch the movies. The book is in many parts it isn't a whole story it is just parts. It don’t take place. The characters are everybody because they use everybody a lot. There is no challenge for the characters. They don’t really evolve. There is really no gener The author of this book is Matt Groening. The name of the book is dollars to donuts. It is fiction. This book is comedy. I love the simpsons and every time I came home from school Simpsons started so I watched it. I read the book and watch the movies. The book is in many parts it isn't a whole story it is just parts. It don’t take place. The characters are everybody because they use everybody a lot. There is no challenge for the characters. They don’t really evolve. There is really no general plot. There is really no conflict. In one of the parts Homer get bitten by a radioactive ant and becomes super smart. There is really no story but It made me laugh. It is exciting and kind of believable. They didn’t really seem real because they are fake and they survive the impossible. Nothing was scary but everything was funny. The story didn’t make me think about anything. I didn’t learn anything from the book. I didn’t really have a favorite part of the book. The book is amazing. I recommend this book for everyone. I think this book will make people laugh. I would say 6 for the recommended reading age. I give the book 10-10 stars!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Paul Mirek

    The Simpsons fun continues, and one of the most notable things about this collection is that Gail Simone has a short piece in the end that shows off her knack for both fan-trolling and for knife-sharp dialogue. There's a veritable clown car's-worth of writers and artists here, though, and the teams seem to have free reign to embrace the kind of fantastic scenarios that normally are reserved for "Treehouse of Horror" episodes. Professor Frink goes back in time to halt a certain presidential assas The Simpsons fun continues, and one of the most notable things about this collection is that Gail Simone has a short piece in the end that shows off her knack for both fan-trolling and for knife-sharp dialogue. There's a veritable clown car's-worth of writers and artists here, though, and the teams seem to have free reign to embrace the kind of fantastic scenarios that normally are reserved for "Treehouse of Horror" episodes. Professor Frink goes back in time to halt a certain presidential assassination, Lisa thwarts a would-be world-conqueror at summer camp, Homer gets bitten by a radioactive ant and finds his IQ multiplied...a lot...etc. These are also hefty issues, consisting of a larger story followed by a short interlude, which is just the thing to add value for your humor buck.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Misdajania

    This book is about event s in the life of the fun and wacky Simpsons. In this book you will read about the fun times of Homer, Marge, Lisa, Bart and all their friends. In this comic you will laugh while reading about all the mischief Homer and Bart cause. Be admired by Lisa dilligent work and wonder how Marge keeps a smile on her face taking care of this family. I read this book because I love the Simpsons. I finished it because it was entertaining. I liked this comic so much I finish This book is about event s in the life of the fun and wacky Simpsons. In this book you will read about the fun times of Homer, Marge, Lisa, Bart and all their friends. In this comic you will laugh while reading about all the mischief Homer and Bart cause. Be admired by Lisa dilligent work and wonder how Marge keeps a smile on her face taking care of this family. I read this book because I love the Simpsons. I finished it because it was entertaining. I liked this comic so much I finished it in one day. I think all people who like this Simpsons will like the comics.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Sheridan

    I love the Simpsons. The comics and the show probably shouldn't be compared. They're both good on different levels. Any consistant Simpsons viewer knows that you are rewarded by the show for watching with obscure references to previous episodes sprinkled throughout the series. The same goes for the comics.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Hillingdon Libraries

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  10. 4 out of 5

    Stacia

    Loved it - hilariously creative :) any Simpsons fan will enjoy the books!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Levi

    this is the first simpsons comic i got i really like it dont have a cow man

  12. 4 out of 5

    nobody

    Simpson's graphic novels are always refreshing. Simple but clever, they never let you down.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Amma Saunders

    Frank Zappa once said: "So many comics, so little time" Err... That might be wrong :)

  14. 5 out of 5

    S. M.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Sl697

  16. 4 out of 5

    Joseph

  17. 4 out of 5

    Nate23

  18. 4 out of 5

    Isobel.M

  19. 4 out of 5

    Cairn Academy

  20. 5 out of 5

    Chris

  21. 4 out of 5

    Blake Teuma

  22. 5 out of 5

    Jman

  23. 5 out of 5

    Yosef Shapiro

  24. 4 out of 5

    Kristin Ramsey

  25. 4 out of 5

    Jacob

  26. 5 out of 5

    Mjg

  27. 5 out of 5

    Thomas

  28. 5 out of 5

    carlos carter

  29. 4 out of 5

    Tom-Kenneth Fossheim

  30. 4 out of 5

    Danny

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